There is something magical about the summer holidays for it opens up infinite possibilities of fun and exciting things to do. Summers mean happy times, days for playing around, for splashing in the water, for making sandcastles on the beach, or just sleeping in. It is all about getting tanned, reading for hours, the smell of rain kissed sand, trying new things and making new friends. A perfect break for children to let their hair down and for families to bond, summer holidays are the best days of the year aren’t they?
The last 1 year has dampened our spirits and put a pause to all our plans. What would have been an exciting summer camp outdoors with a whole lot of sunshine and play, are nowadays restricted to the four walls of our house? But does staying indoors mean children can’t have fun?
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While the year has gone by and the months to come are nothing what we ever imagined, it would be only right to say that it did open up for us new avenues through which we have tried to bring back a sense of normalcy into our lives. Children thrive on routine and structure and while we can’t give them the summers that they are always used to, we can, however, in our own little ways keep them constructively engaged and happy. After all, it is also important to continue to give our little ones a structured summer break that will ignite their imagination and creativity while making sure they unwind and have loads of fun.
One such activity spread across the entire month of May and ideal for children between the ages of 3 and 10 years, is Camp KLAY, a summer camp by KLAY Preschools and Daycare. Packed with a whole lot of age-appropriate activities that will expand our child’s social, cognitive and physical development, this virtual summer camp is a wonderful way to establish an engaging and fun routine for our children during the summer break. What’s more, we can even choose between 2-time slots letting us plan our child’s day while adding a splash of fun to it.
Wondering what’s in store in this power-packed virtual summer camp 2021 for children? Let’s take a look at some of the activities.
Now here’s a chance for your child to perfect their moves and dance to their favourite tunes.
Ever wondered how one can throw their voices and bring their toys to life? Well, at Camp KLAY, your little one can master the art of ventriloquism.
Drama is a great way for children to express themselves. And you never know, your little one may just be an artist in the making.
Who wouldn’t want to learn some tricks and spells?
A great platform to kick start your child’s musical journey, Camp KLAY’s music sessions will see your children singing out aloud.
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From Zumba to yoga, fitness can indeed be super fun don’t you think?
Paint the town or rather the summers red through Camp KLAY’s art and craft sessions. Who knows, your child may even create their very own masterpieces!
A wonderful way to engage your child with some science experiments, get them thinking and encourage them to ask questions about the world around them.
Camp KLAY also has activities that will strengthen your child’s overall development and body coordination. Now isn’t that something?
What is summers without bubbles and connecting with nature? Camp KLAY gives our children an opportunity to make their bubble concoction and plant their own piece of nature. This is also a fun way to activate our child’s natural curiosity and help them focus.
With so much happening in the month of May, our children definitely have their days planned. Camp KLAY definitely promises to be an online summer camp with a difference. Yes, nothing beats the sun and the outdoors, but here is a chance to give our children a summer they will always cherish, a summer to remember. After all, it has been rightly said, “A little bit of summer is what the whole year is about!”
Here’s to unlimited fun, to learning new things, to mastering new skills and to creating new memories!
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